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Donyell Roseboro is a UNCW professor and now on the Disney Parks Moms Panel
2 days ago
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Wilmington mother teams up with Disney Parks to help plan vacations

A former Extraordinary Person of the Week is now a member of the Disney Parks team!
The Little Princess Ball, courtesy of Kathy Smith
3 days ago
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EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE: Preparing for a Little Princess

The bond between a father and daughter is huge. In fact, a male role model has a huge impact on children regardless of the relationship.
Courtesy: Cape Fear River Watch
1 week ago
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EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE: The Riverkeeper

The Cape Fear River is vital to our area from the massive environmental aspect all the way to it being a factor in the tourism industry. Our Extraordinary Person of the Week is making sure all of those benefits are protected.
Katherine and Anita sharing a moment at the bowling alley.
2 weeks ago
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EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE: The Family of the Year

We begin 2017 honoring a Family of the Year for 2016. They are from New Hanover County and they are knocking down all the pins when it comes to helping the community.
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3 weeks ago
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EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE: 2016 Year in Review

Every week WWAY features someone in the community who is doing extraordinary things. It's been an up and down year in the headlines, but one guarantee is that you'll find positive stories in the Extraordinary Person of the Week series.
"Oceans", the catamaran Rick and Teri-Jo Rogge will be sailing on the mission
1 month ago
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EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE: The Sea Mercy Mission

A massive journey is about to take place and it begins in Carolina Beach. Our Extraordinary Person of the Week is a couple who are about to depart on a life saving mission to Haiti and some remote islands around the world.
Damion Murrill, of Wilmington
1 month ago
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EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE: The High Notes

It has long been said that music is the one place where you can both lose and find yourself at the same time. Our Extraordinary Person of the Week is hitting all those high notes.
Harold Garrish in 2015, celebrating his 97th birthday
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EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE: The 98-year-young Harold Garrish

Wilmington is home to a Pearl Harbor survivor. He's no stranger to the WWAY airwaves as we've followed his wonderful spirit on the dance floor and in the air.